The city council in Denver changed its collective mind after the boys' business was closed, but state lawmakers decided protection for all young entrepreneurs was needed in their state, according to the Post.
Some changes may be needed on the local level to make sure the new law is being adhered to, but local officials do get to say where the stands can be set up, the Post reported.
Polis is no stranger to setting up a childhood stand. He sold tomatoes when he was young.
He hopes the bill he signed allows more children the chance to get into business.